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Volunteer Opportunity: CIT Training

October 8, 2020

Are you a volunteer with NAMI Wake looking for an opportunity to make an impact directly in our community? CIT (Crisis Intervention Training), is a partnership between NAMI Wake, Alliance Behavioral Health, and Wake Tech, in which law enforcement officers are taught de-escalation and support techniques to assist an individual in crisis. Volunteers are needed more »

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Dine Out for Mental Health Starts Sunday, October 4th!

October 2, 2020

We are so excited for this year’s Dine Out for Mental Health! It starts this Sunday, October 4th and runs through the rest of Mental Illness Awareness week (Saturday, October 10th)! During the week, support our local restaurant partners for partial proceeds fundraisers to benefit NAMI Wake! For more info on this year’s Dine Out, more »

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Apply to be a NAMI Wake Board Member!

September 23, 2020

Are you interested in making an impact in your community and becoming a mental health leader? NAMI Wake County is currently recruiting new Board Members and accepting applications now through September 30th! We’re prioritizing people who work in the following fields: fund development nonprofit finance fortune 500 companies and who have experience working with diverse more »

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Registration Open for Trauma Centered Yoga Class

August 31, 2020

NAMI Wake is excited to announce our newest Fall program, a Trauma Centered Trauma Sensitive Yoga class facilitated by Daphne Dodson, PhD and NAMI Basics instructor. Trauma Centered Trauma Sensitive Yoga, or TCTSY, is an evidence-based, adjunctive treatment for complex trauma and complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. TCTSY is equally accessible to all people regardless of more »

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August Education Event: A Presentation on Eating Disorders

August 21, 2020

Did you know that 1 in 4 college students experiencing an eating disorder at some point? Join us for a presentation by Embody Carolina on eating disorders and learn the signs and symptoms that are often overlooked. Embody Carolina is a campus initiative at UNC Chapel Hill that aims to educate students about identifying and more »

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